Whether you follow an experienced guide or find a local, secluded spot for yourself, stargazing in Zambia is sure to make you smile. Areas like Kafue National Park have next to no light pollution and, come nightfall, you can see the sky sparkle with thousands of stars. Combine with a five-star meal and you're left with a truly romantic evening.
Take a guided safari tour through the plains, bushes and jungles of Zambia. Hear the call to nature and the songs of animals and birds, or take a camera and canoe alongside crocs and hippos. Prefer to stay on dry land? You can always take a driven safari to see cheetahs or herd of elephants.
Take to the Zambezi River trip for an unforgettable canoe outing. The river meanders its way across Zambia, taking you through beautiful plains and rolling verdant hills. Alongside these stunning natural attractions, keep your eyes peeled for local elephants as they graze by the side of the riverbanks.
South Luangwa National Park is renowned worldwide as one of the world's greatest wildlife sanctuaries. The park centres around the Luangwa River, so you can expect to see plenty of animals (like cheetahs, lions and wildebeest) grazign by its shores. Regardless of what season you visit, South Luangwa National Park never fails to deliver.
Fun activities can be found all around this awe-inspiring waterfall. Swim the Devil's Pool and gaze over the sheer drop of Victoria Falls. Hike to the Boiling Pot and capture the spray of the waterfall from below. For the daring, try bungee jumping, white water rafting or a stunning helicopter ride over the vast water-filled gorge.